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World Trade Organization's Karl Brauner says trade talks have not been shelved and progress has been made at WTO-hosted ministerial conferences.
Fitch Ratings placed the debt ratings of struggling Deutsche Bank on negative watch Thursday given likely challenges in its restructuring plan.
Analysts say the firm could be among the hardest hit by new capital rules expected to be implemented in the coming years.
Vonovia CFO, Stefan Kirsten says the firm looks with “hawk eyes” on the house price development seen in Germany.
Vonovia CFO, Stefan Kirsten, says its business is improving on a permanent basis, adding that the interest rate environment has helped the firm.
In a new letter to investors, executives of the hedge fund explained why rapid inflation is now their biggest concern.
The dollar is a direct and powerful transmission mechanism of American monetary policies to the rest of the world.
Jan Pieter Krahnen, professor of finance at Goethe University Frankfurt, suggests how Deutsche Bank could restructure itself to emphasize its profitability.
Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year.
When a struggling Deutsche Bank reports third-quarter earnings, investors will focus on capital levels and management commentary.
The defense sector is one group that doesn't appear to care whether a Republican or Democrat wins the white house.
The Department of Justice could delay a fine on Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Barclays past the U.S. election, Sky News reported, citing a source.
Pernille Bomholdt Henneberg, senior analyst at Danske Bank Markets, discusses the latest data out of Europe, which is positive despite Brexit uncertainty.
EU leaders were strutting around last week with dire warnings about the U.K.'s "hard-Brexit" instead of addressing concerns over the economy.
Scientists say Europe's experimental Mars probe has hit the right spot but may have been destroyed in a fiery ball of rocket fuel.
Shares of Germany's biggest lender get a boost on reports that sovereign wealth funds may buy a 25-percent stake in the company.
Shares of Deutsche Bank briefly recovered levels from before the news of the Department of Justice's demand for a $14 billion settlement.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, discusses how fiscal policy in Germany can support the European Central Bank.
Hillary Clinton has the "right plan" to spur small business and job creation, says the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
BASF, the world's biggest chemical company, said it now believed two of its employees died on Monday in an explosion and subsequent fire at its site in Ludwigshafen in Germany, where it is headquartered.